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·Play/Stopbutton. Click once to start, and again to stop. You can also press the Space bar, Return key, or c-right arrow for this purpose. (Or avoid the buttons altogether and double-click the movie itself to start or stop playback.) Tip: You can make any movie play automatically when opened, so that you avoid clicking the Play button. To do so, choose QuickTime PlayerPreferencesPlayer Preferences, and turn on "Automatically play movies when opened." QuickTime Player (Free Version) ·Selectionhandles.These tiny black triangles appear only in the $30 Pro version. You use them to select, or highlight, stretches of footage. ·Volume. If you like, you can make the soundtrack louder or softer by dragging this slider with your mouse or clicking in its "track." You may fnd it easier, however, to press the up or down arrow keys. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION QuickTime Player vs. QuickTime Player Pro Every time I launch QuickTime Player, I get this stupid ad about upgrading to QuickTime Pro. How can I get rid For $30, Apple will sell you a password that turns your copy of QuickTime Player into QuickTime Player Pro. (To obtain